By Vaughn McClure, Chicago Tribune reporter
6:08 PM EST, December 2, 2012
Too hot: Brandon Marshall
The term "beast mode" should be reserved for Marshall rather than Marshawn Lynch. Marshall caught 10 passes for a season-high 165 yards, including a 56-yard reception near the end of regulation that allowed Robbie Gould to send the game into overtime.
Too cold: Earl Bennett
The usually reliable target dropped a deep ball from Jay Cutler that should have gone for a touchdown. It was Bennett's first drop this season. Then matters got worse for Bennett as he suffered a concussion and was lost for the game.
Just right: Adam Podlesh
He has been punting better as of late, and his 45-yard kick late in the fourth quarter — with the help of Zack Bowman and Sherrick McManis downing it — pinned the Seahawks at their own 3-yard line. But the Seahawks still scored a touchdown after a 97-yard drive.